Unfortunately, Cambium nickel and dimes you to use the SFP port.

On Fri, Feb 2, 2018 at 2:21 PM, Forrest Christian (List Account) <
li...@packetflux.com> wrote:

> The unique thing about the 450m is the SFP port.  The concept would be
> fiber to each radio for data,  and this box would be for power+sync.   It
> would include the GPS antenna in the box, etc.   Essentially you'd provide
> bulk power to this box, run a short CAT5 jumper to each radio for
> power/management, and a strand of fiber down the tower for management of it
> all.   That would get you management into each of the 450m's and power and
> sync.
>
> For data, you'd put a SFP in each of the 450m's and run that down the
> tower via fiber.
>
> At the bottom, you'd just have a fiber switch and a bulk power source.
>
> This box would do double duty with small clusters of 450i.
>
> On Feb 2, 2018 10:40 AM, "George Skorup" <george.sko...@cbcast.com> wrote:
>
>> Could be fine for a tower-top DC+fiber fed injector(+sync)-switch. Same
>> concept as the UBNT edge thing. Consider that something like this would
>> need a 10G uplink if you're going to be powering and timing a 450m cluster.
>> You're probably going to want at least 500Mbps to each sector. So only a 1G
>> pipe up the tower isn't thinking towards the future. Something I think a
>> product like this would need is an integrated voltage regulator. And wasn't
>> something similar kicked around in the past? Instead of a switch, make it a
>> multi port injector+sync with media conversion. A strand or pair per radio.
>> Or even CWDM mux.
>>
>> On 2/2/2018 6:44 AM, Mike Hammett wrote:
>>
>> and some of us hate switches in their network altogether.  :-)
>>
>>
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>> *From: *"TJ Trout" <t...@voltbb.com> <t...@voltbb.com>
>> *To: *af@afmug.com
>> *Sent: *Friday, February 2, 2018 1:52:34 AM
>> *Subject: *Re: [AFMUG] [WISPA Members] 450m power
>>
>> Forrest,
>>
>> It would be awesome if you could ever develop products with switches
>> inside, I know you have a (Cisco?) preference but other's dont.
>>
>> I would have purchased lots. I hate that I have to use a separate switch
>> so we moved away from packetflux for new deployments.
>>
>> TJ
>>
>> On Thu, Feb 1, 2018 at 11:48 AM, Forrest Christian (List Account) <
>> li...@packetflux.com> wrote:
>>
>>> I'm assuming you mean includes switch+poe.
>>>
>>> I'm in the process of working on something specificaly for the 450i/450m
>>> with 5 ports and sync hardware all in one box (+1 SFP port), mainly
>>> designed for tower top mounting.   Not far enough along to say when it will
>>> ship, or even if it's ever going to see the light of day.
>>>
>>> Any other solution you look at, you should make sure that whatever
>>> solution you find will support at least 70W per port, and all 4 pairs.
>>> Neither the 450i or 450m really care about polarity, unless you're doing
>>> sync, and then only on the 450i since the 450m does the new cambium sync
>>> only.
>>>
>>> If you can live with separate poe box, of course the packetflux
>>> powerinjector+sync powers 450m's really well.  There will be a version
>>> which does medusa sync out sometime soon, it's a sure thing, just we don't
>>> know timing yet.
>>>
>>> On Thu, Feb 1, 2018 at 5:07 AM, Tyson Burris <t...@franklinisp.net> wrote:
>>>
>>>> Good morning,
>>>>
>>>> Looking for an all in one, but reliable, power source for 4 - 450m aps
>>>> per tower.
>>>>
>>>> I have heard netonix a few times but I have also heard about some
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